Celebrate spring at MOCA. Get your hands dirty and make a wildflower seed ball to grow your own mini-garden at home or give as a gift to a friend.
The event is free and for all ages. Drop in anytime between 2pm-5pm.
Interested in more workshops that bridge art with science and nature?
Sign up for our newsletter to learn about a variety of public programs running in parallel with Mark Dion’s exhibition, The Life of a Dead Tree (opening May 24). A series of talks and guided walks will explore the myriad of lifeforms supported by dead trees, including birds, fungi, and insects, as well as the importance of trees for biodiversity in Toronto. You can also participate in the autopsy of the tree, as well as undertake drawing classes that examine the organisms sourced from the tree, along with focusing on the intricate textures of the tree itself.